- Called to Be a Living Voice
- Worship in some of Atlanta's historic churches, including the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Philip.
- Hear some of the leading voices in the church today as they explore vocation, reformation, and mission.
- Worship is at the heart of this conference - at a variety of venues in a variety of styles.
- Stay at the conference hotel, the spectacular Atlanta Marriott Marquis.
"Called to be a living voice. . . "
How is God calling the church today? And to what are Christians called? These and other questions have been explored this week at the biennial conference of the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians and the Worship Jubilee of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.More...
TONIGHT (Wed. July 22)
"The Church's Journey in Art and Song" - live streaming from Peachtree Road United Methodist Church beginning at 6:45 p.m. Eastern timeMore...
What are people saying about the conference?
People from congregations of all sizes, locations, and worship styles share their thoughts on why they're attending the conference.More...
Presentations and Workshops
Full descriptions of the plenary and forum presentations as well as workshops have been added. Check the list of each day's workshops under the "Workshops" link on the home page.More...
Countdown to Atlanta:
Come early or stay late and visit some of the great tourist attractions that Atlanta has to offer. Click on the image above to go to an interactive web page full of vacation ideas.
Centennial Park, home of the 1996 summer Olympic games, is now filled with walking paths, water gardens & the Fountain of Rings. Centennial Park is within walking distance of the conference hotel.
Atlanta is home to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Historical Site. Hear his story and visit his birthplace. Walk in his footsteps, and hear his voice in the church where he moved hearts and minds. The Historical Site is accessible by the new streetcar.
Find out more about what Atlanta has to offer by clicking on one of the links above.